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South Florida stages are extra bright this time of year with illumination from Christmas lights. Here’s a roundup of theatrical holiday happenings. “It’s A Fabulous Life” Nov. 28 – Dec. 2 A gay musical take on “...
Music Foreigner: Foreigner will let 'er rip 8 tonight at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The group's album sales exceed 70 million, with multiplatinum songs that include "Cold As Ice," "Juke Box Hero," and "I Want To Know What...
B.B. King's tour bus -- or, more accurately, his luxury pad on wheels -- has a stereo rig that's bigger than your iPod collection. The Mississippi Delta boss and legendary blues guitarist stows the monstrosity, a touch-screen Kaleidoscope sound-system,...
Tags: Travel, Bob Dylan, Apple iPod, Fort Lauderdale, B.B. King
Liam Scarlett brings the buzz. Ballet’s hottest choreographer makes dance headlines everywhere he goes with everything he does (when he recently gave up performing to focus on his artist in residence for The Royal Ballet it was breathlessly...
Tags: Dance, New York City, Kravis Center, Music, Miami City Ballet
In 2011, the Seattle-based rock band Pearl Jam celebrated 20 years in a business that is seldom kind to artists with a taste for longevity, and the group feted itself with an international tour, a Cameron Crowe-directed theatrical documentary and a...
Staff Writer“Sister Act” is a cunning and manipulative musical, slickly constructed with corporate efficiency so that the laughs come precisely every 90 seconds with cool and detached, Disney-esque efficiency. Thank God. The Broadway musical whips...
At times, West Palm Beach singer Cassadee Pope’s march to victory Tuesday night on “The Voice” seemed inevitable. More than 14 million viewers watched the 23-year-old get crowned the winner of NBC’s popular singing competition,...
Tags: Bruno Mars, Blake Shelton, Apple iTunes, Peter Frampton, Rihanna
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts today announced it has appointed Judy Joseph vice president of programming and education. That role is important to Orlando arts fans: She'll direct the kind of shows the downtown center will host after it...
Tags: Tampa, Arts and Culture, Arts
In June, comedian and provocateur Louis C.K. laid down a decree that, perhaps, only a standup of his clout could: He announced that tickets for his new tour would bypass third-party retailers such as Ticketmaster and be available exclusively on his...
It shouldn't work. Not anymore. Not in the 21st century. That time-worn plot, the one-dimensional characters, the unabashed sentiment. But Florida Grand Opera's production of "La bohème" underscores how Puccini's masterpiece remains a moving, even...
Staff WriterGay tourism in Fort Lauderdale means big bucks. Soooooo in addition to the bar-restuarant-boutique-entertainment infrastructure there are a whole host of gay guesthouses. Because they offer something extra, here are five of our favorites: The Grand...
Now that the election is really (really) over, the producers of Laffing Matterz can finalize their dinner-theater show. The revue opens its seventh season Thursday, Nov. 15, in the Abdo New River Room at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts with...
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